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Theory and Practice of Teacher Professional Development Based on Collaoration

Author GuoLiWei
Tutor QiaoZuo
School Northeast Normal University
Course Musicology
Keywords Teachers piano education social transformation teaching training objectives
CLC J624.1
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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The quality of teacher education is the cradle of culture, higher teacher education teacher education is the backbone of the piano education and in teacher education occupies an important position, but also represent the direction of advanced culture. Into the 21st century, as people of a new round of rapid development of information technology revolution, China’s reform and opening up and socialist modernization drive has entered a new stage, we usually call this period of social transition.Higher teacher education system as an important part of music education in piano lessons in the education system, under the impact of the information revolution in the social transition, the traditional piano teaching model has been quietly undergoing profound changes, people’s knowledge of piano art and educational philosophy, educational methods, and educational tools, but also constantly changing. Therefore, as the Teachers College of piano teachers, we followed the training objectives and teaching is consistent with the development of the new century, society needs people based piano education, we become as the Music Educators should think deeply of a problem.The cultivation of science to determine the specifications and training model for the initiative to adapt to society as the demand for talent in the entire process of education to grasp the overall purposes, is essential. The issue around the Normal University on music education in piano teaching issues and community needs of today’s class piano teacher educators to discuss the standards.

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